This week’s flick is a contemplative one. It delivers a powerful look at free soloing, and raises questions surrounding the role of mortality. Featuring Julian Lines —a 42-year-old climber who has been free soloing for over 30 years— you’ll witness what manifests after his fall from an E10 climb at Whale Rock, Glen Nevis, in Scotland.
To actually put your life on the line for something, it’s got to be something special.
– Julian Lines
Related: The Inherent Risks of Climbing
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